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Hopkinson writes: 'The sample of nickel on which these experiments were made was supposed to be fairly pure when the experiments began. A subsequent analysis, however, showed its composition to be as follows :— The experiments comprise determinations of the curve of magnetisation at various temperatures, the magnetising force being increased, that is to say, they are confined to a determination of the ascending curve of magnetisation.'

Annotations in pencil and ink. Includes 22 pages of graphs of experimental results.

Subject: Metallurgy / Magnetism

Received 9 June 1888 / 11 June 1888. Read 14 June 1888.

A version of this paper was published in volume 44 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Magnetic properties of an impure nickel'.

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PP/12/24
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1888
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Ink and graphite pencil on paper
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28 pages
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John Hopkinson, Paper, 'Magnetic properties of an impure nickel' by J [John] Hopkinson, 1888, PP/12/24, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pp_12_24/paper-magnetic-properties-of-an-impure-nickel-by-j-john-hopkinson, accessed on 24 June 2024

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